Toffees starlet wants to build on fine campaign

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Highly rated Everton striker Jose Baxter has revealed he would be happy to go out on loan next season in search of first team football if it will benefit his long-term Toffees career.

The 19-year-old starlet capped a fine campaign where he was a regular player and scorer in the Everton Reserves, and was duly named their Player of the Year.

His fine form for the Goodison Park second string was rewarded with a call-up to the bench for David Moyes' first team on a number of occasions last term.

Baxter featured in the Barclays Premier League game against Bolton Wanderers and also played in Everton's FA Cup encounter with Reading.

"Every time you get out on the pitch is a dream come true and I really enjoyed it when I got the chance to come on last season," the Academy graduate told evertontv.


But his target of featuring more regularly next season may have to be realised away from his boyhood club as Baxter looks to continue his development.

"Hopefully I will get some more chances to do so next season. If not then maybe I will go out on loan and develop my game there," he continued.

"I have learnt loads this season. Every single day in training and every single game you play you are always picking things up and developing your game.

"Getting plenty of time on the pitch is the main thing but there is obviously no better feeling than putting the ball in the back of the net."

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